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"One trouble with that old dispute in Australian poetry between the country and the city is that it misses this conscious largeness in [Philip] Hodgins’ work. As Roy Fisher put it in his poem ‘Six Texts for a Film 1. Talking to Cameras’: 'There’s no shame / in letting the world pivot / on your own patch. That’s all a centre’s for. / Anything else is politics …'" Lisa Gorton Sydney Review of Books

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